There's been a great deal of chatter about private equity interest in Dell, but what happens then? Can the PC company make itself relevant in a post-PC world?
Adrian Kingsley-Hughes sifts through the marketing hyperbole and casts his critical eye over the latest technological innovations to find out which products make the grade and which don't.
Adrian Kingsley-Hughes is an internationally published technology author who has devoted over a decade to helping users get the most from technology.
Gigabyte's new 'supercomputer server', the GS-R22PHL, is the first 2U server to offer a total of eight dual-slot cards. When kitted out with a full complement of GPGPU and co-processor cards, it is a powerful number-crunching machine.
Nvidia compared Sony's upcoming PS4 games console to a PC with a low-end CPU and a low- to mid-range GPU. Should consumers be worried, or is Nvidia just smarting from losing the contract to rival AMD?
The iPad popularity is growing in the enterprise market, with 94 percent of the Fortune 500 companies either testing or deploying the tablet. But one analyst believes that companies should take a look at the new crop of Windows tablets.
I'm starting to like the idea of Google Glass, but I still think that there's a lot of work that needs to be done to make them look more natural. Here are a few designs that could help transform Google Glass from a design concept into something that would fit into day-to-day life.
A new rumor out of China suggests that Apple would be willing to ditch its A-series processors in favor of Qualcomm's Snapdragon in order to bring to market the 'iPhone mini.'
Should you go for an Android or iOS smartphone or tablet? The truth is, it doesn't really matter. Here's why.
We tech types put elaborate systems in place to prevent hackers from infiltrating out digital kingdoms, but we give little thought — or preparation — to what an innocent-looking toddler can do to our iPads, and the software and data they hold.
Apple is finding itself having to defend the iPhone and iPad market share against stiff competition from the likes of Samsung and Google. But this is uncharted territory for Apple, and as yet it's unclear whether playing defense is in the company's DNA.
Simple steps you should take to protect your Nexus 7 from hackers, snoopers, and other people you don't want getting into your device.